RRPG Side-Quests – Monster Hunter: World Prototype Details at GDC 2018!

Monster Hunter: World’s own director and the Senior Manager of Global Production at Capcom were in attendance and held a panel at this year’s Game Developer’s Conference. Since the game has been doing strong justice for Capcom, both sales-wise and financially, Yuya Tokuda and Peter Fabiano talked about the game in its prototype stage. They claim that when it was in its prototype stage it helped to shape the direction, quality, and speed of development that the team aimed at in this game’s creation. By looking at the vision they…

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The Drop Episode 11: Games, Comics & Rants

On this week’s The Drop, Fighter xaos discusses the release of Cuphead, and Marvel Vs Capcom Infinite’s poor sales. In addition, Fighter xaos talks about the last development for Shenmue 3. There is also a bit of DC Entertainment news referring the information on Young Justice season 3. Furthermore, I would like to thank, RRPG and 16Bit Jeff, for giving me these topics. Without their help this episode would have been a very light show.   Follow Me Here: FIGHTER XAOS on Facebook & Instagram! Twitter: @ikariradio The Art of Xaos: Deviantart & Pixiv! My Webcomic: New Courage &…

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RRPG’s Two-Cents: Nintendo Switch Has a Brighter Future!

From what was shown in the recent Nintendo Direct, I am a strong believer in that notion seeing as how both Doom from last year and Wolfenstein II: The New Colossus are on their way for the platform. Those titles and a game like L.A. Noire from Rockstar Games just makes me giddy, and very excited that Nintendo’s troubles with getting third-parties on board seems like a closed journey. However, things can change if they do not play their cards right, or that people who have a Nintendo Switch do…

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Nintendo: 30 Years Under the Influence

For the past 25 years of my life video games, and gaming has been my largest known hobby.  It all began when I was practically at the age of 3 or older, when I was first introduced to the medium thanks to the PC and consoles like the NES, Atari 2600 and the Sega Genesis. During these 25 years as a gamer, one could easily expect that I was or still a Nintendo fan. Now, I am not a die-hard fan where I could be labeled as a “Nintendrone”, but a fan…

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